The reigning NFL most valuable player's reported feud with the Green Bay Packers should be a warning for Jeopardy! bosses, says Stephen Douglas. "Quarterbacks are not to be trusted," he says. "Jeopardy! would be smart to keep that in mind. Who knows how long in Rodgers' tenure with the show before he starts asking when Pat Sajak is going to retire. How long until he shows up on Entertainment Tonight to talk about how he's always been a huge fan of Supermarket Sweep? How will Jeopardy! producers feel when he starts retweeting Family Feud highlights with an eyes emoji? How often will CBS have to put out a statement saying, 'Drew Carey is the current host of The Price is Right. We have no further comment at this time.' And we haven't even gotten to the stories about tensions between Rodgers and Johnny Gilbert that originate from 'someone close to Gilbert's camp.'" ALSO: Rodgers' feud complicates the NFL's scheduling of a game between him and his MVP predecessor Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs.